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Buttershaw St. Paul’s Church Amateur Operatic & Dramatic Society (Founded 1932)

Affiliated to the National Operatic & Dramatic Association A Registered Charity

Presents An amateur production supporting local charities.

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Music and Lyrics by George Gershwin and Ira Gershwin Book by Ken Ludwig Co-Conception by Ken Ludwig and Mike Ockrent Inspired by Material by Guy Bolton and John McGowan Original produced on Broadway by Roger Horchow and Elizabeth Williams Directed by Steve Tetlow Musical Director Ian Sapiro Choreographer Janet Fletcher The West Yorkshire Orchestra Leader: Sally Robinson

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Life Members

Dick Gregson Alan Kilshaw Bessie Klenk Norman Klenk Marion Priestley Roger Stevenson

Vice Presidents

Marian Hardy Elizabeth McMahon Clarice Stocker Marjorie Wood Eddie Blakemore Norman Butterfield Vincent Franklin Tony Gregson David Shinn Colin Tordoff Rev D Griffiths

Rehearsal Pianist

Margaret Wood

Assistant Pianists

Mark Bolland Joyce Gill Bob Lancaster Anne Tonks David Williams

Stage Manager

Simon Tonks

Property Masters Renee Downie Raymond Downie

Electricians

Michael Bastow Roy Smith Chris Tonks Mark Ellis

Wardrobe & Wigs

Tony Gregson Rita Horner & Assistants

Chairman

Tony Gregson

Treasurer

Jack Moody

Prompter

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Secretary

Gillian Bastow

Rehearsal Refreshments

Shirley Hodgson Elizabeth McMahon

Assistant Secretary

Anne Tonks

Auditors

A and M Klenk

Executive Committee

Julie Burrows Linda Hensby Shirley Hodgson Margaret Shaw, Louise Whyte Alan Hirst Phil Jowett Paul Tarver

Business Manager

Mollie Alred

Casting Committee

Bessie Klenk Marjorie Wood Michael Carter Tony Gregson Rita Horner

President Rita Horner

Honorary Officers of the Society 2004 - 2005

President

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W

elcome to St George’s Hall and our production of Gershwins’ “Crazy For You”. This show takes us back to America in the 1930’s with all the glitz and glamour of that era. It was originally produced at that time under the title of “Girl Crazy”. This current version was rewritten in the 1980’s with more original Gershwin melodies added. I hope that you enjoy our interpretation of the show which has been once again produced by Steve, Janet and Ian. We thank them for all their hard work. In 2004, donations totalling £4000 were given to the following local charities and organisations:St Paul's Church, Candlelighters, Macmillan Nurses, Lord Mayor's Appeal, Yorkshire Air Ambulance, St John Ambulance, Horton Moravian Church, Alan Jeffries Appeal, St Paul's Cricket Club and The Talking Telegraph. Although we usually principally support local charities, we have agreed that part of our proceeds from this production together with the bucket collections at this theatre will be sent as soon as possible to the Tsunami Relief Programme. The Lord Mayor of Bradford, Councillor Mrs Irene Ellison-Wood will attend our performance on Thursday evening along with the Vicar of St Paul’s Church, together with representatives of NODA and our neighbouring Societies. Our Youth Pantomime this year is “Humpty Dumpty” at Cleckheaton Town Hall on the 21st, 22nd and 23rd of March. We hope to see you all there supporting our junior members. Thank you for your continued support, I hope you enjoy being with us tonight, and have a safe journey home. With my best wishes

Chairman.

Production Team

IAN SAPIRO Musical Director

STEVE TETLOW Director

From the Chairman - Tony Gregson

Dear Friends,

JANET FLETCHER Choreographer

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Obituaries

David Plunkett died in tragic circumstances in April at the age of 21. David played the Dame in our 1998 Youth Pantomime ‘Pinocchio’. He will be remembered as a very pleasant and caring young man. His death came as a terrible shock to all who worked or took part in that production, as it did with the whole community. Pauline Tinkler who passed away in December was a loyal member of the Society for nearly 10 years during the 1980’s. She had a fine contralto voice and played several supporting roles as well as appearing in the chorus.

Patron - Lord Lloyd Webber The National Operatic and Dramatic Association was formed in 1899 ‘to protect and advance the interests of operatic and dramatic art, and of societies engaged therein’. NODA has a membership of some 2300 Amateur Companies and over 2500 individual members throughout the UK, staging musicals, operas, plays, concerts and pantomimes in a wide variety of performing venues ranging from the country’s leading theatres to local village halls. Whatever the age of the participants, or the on or off stage talent they have to offer, they are involved in amateur theatre for the love of it. Those appearing will have given many hours to rehearse their contribution, the stage crew are vital to bringing the show alive on stage whilst committee members and front of house staff all contribute to the challenge of staging a production. Each production created becomes a truly community project. With Area and National Conferences, workshops, seminars, the publication of a quarterly news magazine and regional publications, NODA provides the national network for all areas of amateur theatre in the UK. We welcome our new Regional Representative Mrs Judith Smith together with the North East Area Councillor Mr Chris Ingram. We are grateful for their visit and hope that they and their guests enjoy the performance.

Obituaries, NODA & Awards

Joan Lofthouse who died last February was the NODA Regional Representative for our area for many years. She worked tirelessly on behalf of the amateur theatre, attending all of our productions in many venues, and was always interested in the Society. Her ‘home’ society was Idle and Thackley AODS and many of our members will have known her as a personal friend appearing with that Society. Her presence and friendly advice will be missed by us all.

Long Service Awards This year several members of our Society will receive Long Service Awards recognising their valuable contribution to the Society and the amateur stage, they are:3rd Bar - 40 years - Shirley Hodgson 2nd Bar - 35 years - Anne Tonks and Margaret Shaw 25 Year Medal - David Shinn

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Bobby Child Steve Redfern


The Story of Crazy For You

In 1930, George and Ira Gershwin’s ‘Girl Crazy ‘ opened on Broadway. It featured a nineteen year old Ginger Rogers singing ‘Embraceable You‘ and ‘But Not For Me‘ and an unknown twenty one year old typist, Ethel Zimmerman, who stopped the show nightly with her rendition of ‘I Got Rhythm’. She went on to become Ethel Merman and, after a rather longer delay,’ Girl Crazy’ went on to become ‘Crazy For You’. Its 1991 tryout in Washington was not a financial success, but in 1992 it moved to Broadway’s Shubert Theater and proved to be a hit in the great American Musical tradition. The best numbers from ‘Girl Crazy were retained and another thirteen were added from other Gershwin shows. The new book by Ken Ludwig also made changes to the story. In the rewritten version New Yorker Bobby Childs is sent by his mother to foreclose on the Gaiety Theater in Deadrock Nevada. He falls in love with the theatre owner’s daughter, Polly, and decides to save the theatre to impress her. There is no shortage of theatrical clichés: rich boy and poor but proud girl, mistaken identities, eccentric English ladies, and, probably the best known of them all, ‘Let’s put on a show right here!’ Wonderful melodies, a line up of glamourous chorus girls, sparkling costumes, they all add up to a thoroughly enjoyable evening of escapism to chase away the January gloom. So sit back, relax and enjoy. D.E.B.

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Lank Hawkins Richard Whyte

Irene Louise Whyte


CAST

Crazy For You Cast

Bobby Child Polly Baker Irene Roth Bela Zangler Lank Hawkins Everett Baker Patricia Fodor Eugenie Fodor Lottie Child Tess Patsy Moose Mingo Sam Junior

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Steve Redfern Kathryn Tonks Louise Whyte Trevor Burrows Richard Whyte Alan Hirst Diane Bolland Maureen Colbert Anne Tonks Jennifer Redfern Anna Yeadon Phil Jowett Paul Tarver Nick Burch Jonathan Hirst

FOLLIES Lucy Blamires, Christa Dapolito, Tracy Fletcher, Helen Habergham, Emma Wainwright

MAIDS Maxine Gill, Cathy Gribble, Caroline Howley, Paula Kelly

CHORUS Mary Benn, Jeanette Boundy, Margaret Drinkel, Linda Hensby, Brenda Hirst, Margaret Shaw, Martha Tarver, John Barraclough, Steve Blamires, Bob Lancaster, John Sunderland, Lyn Whitehead

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ACT ONE Scene 1 – The Wings & Stage of Zangler’s Broadway Theater, in the 1930’s K-R-A-Z-Y- FOR YOU ..................................................................................................Bobby Scene 2 – Street, in front of Zangler’s Theater, N.Y. Five minutes later I CAN’T BE BOTHERED NOW ..............................................................Bobby and the Girls Scene 3 – Main Street, Deadrock, Nevada. Morning BIDIN’ MY TIME ..................................................................Mingo, Moose, Sam and Junior THINGS ARE LOOKING UP ......................................................................................Bobby Scene 4 – Inside Lank’s Saloon, Deadrock, Nevada. Immediately following COULD YOU USE ME?................................................................................Bobby and Polly

Scene 6 – Stage of the Gaiety Theater, Deadrock, Nevada. Immediately following Scene 7 – Main Street, Deadrock, Nevada. Morning, three days later. SOMEONE TO WATCH OVER ME ................................................................................Polly Scene 8 – Lobby of the Gaiety Theater. Mid morning, two weeks later Scene 9 – Stage of the Gaiety Theater. Immediately following. SLAP THAT BASS ................................................................Polly, Tess, Patsy and Company EMBRACEABLE YOU ..................................................................................Polly and Bobby Scene 10 – Backstage of the Gaiety Theater. Saturday night, about 7 o’clock TONIGHT’S THE NIGHT ................................................................................The Company Scene 11 – Main Street, Deadrock, Nevada. Immediately following I GOT RHYTHM ..........................................................................Polly, Bobby and Company

ACT TWO Scene 1 – Inside Lank’s Saloon. Fifteen minutes later. THE REAL AMERICAN FOLK SONG (IS A RAG) ..........................Mingo, Moose, Sam and Junior WHAT CAUSES THAT?................................................................................Bobby and Bela Scene 2 – Lank’s Saloon. The next morning, about 10 o’clock NAUGHTY BABY............................................................................................Irene and Lank

Songs and Synopsis

Scene 5 – Main Street and Desert, Deadrock, Nevada. As evening falls. SHALL WE DANCE?....................................................................................Bobby and Polly

Scene 3 – Stage of the Gaiety Theater. Ten minutes later. STIFF UPPER LIP ..................................................................Eugenie, Bobby, Polly, Patricia ....................................................................................................and Company THEY CAN’T TAKE THAT AWAY FROM ME ..............................................................Bobby BUT NOT FOR ME ........................................................................................................Polly Scene 4 – Street in front of Zangler’s Theater, N.Y. Six weeks later NICE WORK IF YOU CAN GET IT ..........................................................Bobby and the Girls Scene 5 – Main Street, Deadrock, Nevada. Three days later Finale ..............................................................................................................The Company

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Junior Jonathan Hirst

Sam Nick Burch

Moose Phil Jowett

Patricia Fordor Diane Gregson

Eugenie Fordor Maureen Colbert


‘Crazy For You’ - Patrons

Patrons / Visiting Parties

Mr. & Mrs. D. Alred Mr. & Mrs. D. Barraclough Mrs. Irene Barker Mr. & Mrs. M. Bastow Mr. & Mrs. H. Branthwaite Mr. & Mrs. M. Bolland Mr. & Mrs. N. Butterfield Mr. & Mrs. T. Burrows Mr. Edward Blakemore Mr. P.K. Bleach Mr. B & Mrs. M. Cryer Miss. P.A. Dennison Mrs. M. Drinkel Mr. & Mrs. J. Eastwood Mr. V.A. Gregson

Mrs. M. Hardy Mrs. R. Haley Miss. S. Hodgson Mr. & Mrs. M. Horner Mr. & Mrs. R. Jackson Mr. & Mrs. A. Kilshaw Mr. & Mrs. N. Klenk Mr. N. & Mrs. P. Klenk Mr. & Mrs. R. Lancaster Mr. Lehane Mr. & Mrs. B. Lymbery Mr. & Mrs. C. Marchant Mr. & Mrs. J. Moody Mr. & Mrs. R.W. Morgan Mr. & Mrs. G. McMahon Mr. K. McMahon

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Visiting Parties Bingley Airedale Rotary Club

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Bradford Cathedral

Mrs. Joyce Relton’s Party

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Lottie Anne Tonks

Zangler Trevor Burrows

Everett Baker Alan Hirst

Tess

Patsy

Jennifer Redfern

Anna Yeadon


Acknowledgments

Acknowledgements / Future Events

The Society wishes to thank the following who have assisted with this production: The Governors of St. Paul’s C of E First School, Buttershaw Primary and St. Matthews Church for rehearsal facilities. Margie and Owen and the staff of Homburgs, for hire of costumes. Albermarle for scenery. Julian Moorhouse & technical staff of the Bradford Theatres. BBC Radio Leeds, The Pulse, Telegraph & Argus, Halifax Courier and Huddersfield Examiner for their assistance with publicity. Halifax Theatre, Showcase Cinemas and Paris Restaurant for prizes. Photography and programme compilation - Alan Hirst. Programme design and artwork - Simon Frater at Hart & Clough Ltd.

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Humpty Dumpty at the Cleckheaton Town Hall on the 21st, 22nd & 23rd March 2005. Principal Auditions on Monday 31st January at 7.00pm

Chorus Enrolment on Tuesday 1st February at 7.00pm Parents or legal guardians of all children wishing to take part in this pantomime must attend with their child in the schoolrooms, on either of these dates.

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